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Summer EVCOM14 programme announced

The main conference programme for Summer EVCOM14, in association with Olympia London, which takes place on 17th September, is now live on the EVCOM website.
Tickets are already selling fast, fuelled by a high level of interest in the high calibre of speakers and contributors, plus the anticipation surrounding two soon-to-be-announced keynote plenary speakers.

The one day event, themed around collaboration aims to bring the membership and the events and visual content community together. In the words of Henry Ford, ‘Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress and working together is success.’  

The format for the programme maximises delegate participation through discussion groups, workshops and panel sessions combined with plenaries incorporating Q and A. Delegates will also have the chance to experience new technologies, network and witness a few surprises planned for along the way.  

The three main conference streams that are detailed on the website cover Content & Channels, Technology & Innovation and Business & Ideas Generation. Planned sessions include:
1. Driving Change through Engagement
2. Collaborate or Abdicate
3. Content Distribution
4. Visual Trends
5. Making Good Planners Great
6. Making Live Happen

Marco Forgione, EVCOM CEO, said: “We are really encouraged by the level of interest already generated for Summer EVCOM. With the challenges, issues and opportunities facing the events and visual content industry at the present time it is imperative for our members to come together to share experiences, to learn from one another, and to be motivated and inspired by the industry experts who will be speaking at our plenary and interactive workshop sessions. The programme provides the right balance between leading-edge education interactivity and social networking in a relaxed informal setting.”

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